perlitic


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perlitic

[¦pər¦lid·ik]
(petrology)
Of the texture of a glassy igneous rock, exhibiting small spheruloids formed from cracks due to contraction during cooling.
Pertaining to or characteristic of perlite.

perlitic

Said of a material having a structure similar to that of perlite.
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In our study fracture parameters were evaluated at the light of the previous works for C70S6 perlitic crackable steels.
12 applied mesh details and crack tip propagation is given for C70S6 perlitic steels.
small plant on final processing of perlitic heat insulating constructions near Moscow, while Armenia fails to export its perlite reserves
Sample 33 has perlitic texture and is entirely altered to epidote and chlorite.
Perlite--A volcanic glass having numerous concentric cracks that give rise to perlitic structure.
It is interesting to mention that relative acceleration of corrosion impact by oil shale ash on Cr-Ni austenitic alloy is more notable than on chromium perlitic steel, in spite of the fact that the absolute value of corrosion depth in the first case is lower.
Corrosion resistance of protective coating with large Ni content, settled on perlitic steel tube specimen, was also tested in laboratory and in PF oil shale boilers.